Still Here by Amy Stuart Review

                 Still HereAmy Stuart | Simon & Schuster| Pub: July 7, 2020
I waited two years for this book to come out and I wasn’t disappointed! Clare and Malcolm generally work together to solve missing woman cases, but in this one, the story revolves around Malcom’s disappearance and his mysterious past!

I adored both Still Mine and Still Water and I really was hoping for Clare and Malcom’s story to evolve so I’m really glad Amy put Malcom’s storyline in this book!

There were definitely some twists and turns in this novel and it kept me engaged.

I loved how the book was narrated by the third person. I read a lot of POVs novels so it was a refreshing take.

I always rooted for Clare but in this novel you really see her evolve and the ENDING - WOW! It was a perfect ending in my book! The only reason this isn’t a 5 star read for me is that it was missing something, maybe it was missing some action in the middle of the story I can’t pinpoint exactly what it was, but overall a great book and I can’t wait to read the fourth installment! Highly recommend.

Thank you to Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


Malcolm is gone. Disappeared. And no one knows where or why.

His colleague and fellow private investigator, Clare, is certain she can find him, as she holds the key to his past. She arrives in the oceanside city where he last lived and starts digging around. Not only is Malcolm gone without a trace, so is his wife, Zoe. Everyone who knew the perfect couple sees Malcolm as the prime suspect in his wife’s disappearance. Everyone except Clare. She’s certain there’s more at play that has nothing to do with Malcolm, a dark connection to Zoe’s family business and the murder of her father years ago.

As Clare pulls back the layers, she discovers secrets the entire community is trying desperately to leave in the past. As for Malcolm, his past is far more complex—and far more sinister—than Clare could ever have imagined. He may not be innocent at all. As she searches for the man who helped her build her career as a private eye, Clare discovers that many women are in grave danger. And she is among them.


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